Tag Archives: Mobile Apps

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Mobile App Analysis Part 2

Introduction  Over the last few weeks, the Mobile Application Forensics team has been working on researching and analyzing Open Whisper’s Signal on the iPhone and Android device. We split into two teams to divide and conquer the application on two different mobile operating systems. The Android team tackled a Nexus 5x and the iOS team […]

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Mobile App Forensics: Second App Completion

Introduction As we near the end of the academic semester, the mobile app forensics team has begun completing reports on our second round of mobile application analysis. Our team operates in two independent groups, each focusing on a specific app exclusive to the iOS or Android app stores, as well as a second app that […]

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Mobile Apps Forensics Update

Intro Our team was able to make significant progress on our project in the past few weeks. Since our last post, we have been able to successfully get an image of the iPhone 5 that we used for data generation and have completed our analysis of the applications Yik Yak and Periscope. Next we will […]

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Mobile Apps Forensics 2nd Update

Introduction Since our last update, we have been working on figuring out how to get an image of the iPhone 5 using Cellebrite and then analyzing said image. Analysis of Mobile Apps forensics In our last post, we discussed that we were unable to get a proper image of the iPhone 5 due to a […]

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Mobile Apps Forensics Update

Introduction In the weeks following our last blog post, we have created base images of the iPhone 5 and the Nexus 7 using Cellebrite UFED Touch and XRY. We have generated data for the application Yik Yak on both devices and then reimaged them. As a team, we are now delving into the analysis of […]

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